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'I Have Nightmares,' says D.C. Man after Homophobic Attack

'I Have Nightmares,' says D.C. Man after Homophobic Attack

CRIME | Oct 21, 2021

A Washington, D.C. man was attacked and called a homophobic slur.

Brazil Senate Urges Charges Against Bolsonaro over Pandemic

Brazil Senate Urges Charges Against Bolsonaro over Pandemic

INTERNATIONAL | By Debora Alvares and Diane Jeantet | Oct 21, 2021

A Brazilian Senate report recommended Wednesday pursuing crimes against humanity and other charges against President Jair Bolsonaro for allegedly bungling Brazil's response to COVID-19.

Virginia Gives Democrats a Test of Black Turnout before 2022

Virginia Gives Democrats a Test of Black Turnout before 2022

POLITICS | By Will Weissert | Oct 21, 2021

Activists worry that a lack of action by the Democrat-controlled Congress on voting rights and issues important to African Americans could spell trouble now and in 2022.

US Marks 200 Million COVID-19 Shared with World

US Marks 200 Million COVID-19 Shared with World

INTERNATIONAL | By Zeke Miller | Oct 21, 2021

The U.S. on Thursday donated its 200 millionth COVID-19 shot to help vaccinate the rest of the world.

Clinton, on the Mend, 'Touched by the Outpouring of Support'

Clinton, on the Mend, 'Touched by the Outpouring of Support'

NATIONAL | Oct 21, 2021

Former President Bill Clinton released a video saying he is on the road to recovery after being hospitalized in Southern California for six days to treat an infection unrelated to COVID-19.

EU Faces Off with Anti-LGBTQ+ Poland over Rule of Law

EU Faces Off with Anti-LGBTQ+ Poland over Rule of Law

INTERNATIONAL | By Raf Casert | Oct 21, 2021

European Union leaders will pressure a defiant Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Thursday to fall back into line on recognizing that EU law trumps national decision-making.

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